Studying abroad will help your career, give you a unique resume, and give you the competitive edge you need for today's job market. Develop cross-cultural communication skills, gain the ability to analyze and adjust to local customs and cultural contexts. Sharpen your flexibility, maturity, independence, and adaptability.
Partial Semester Programs offer a study abroad opportunity for the beginning or intermediate traveler, and are sponsored by individual Richards College Departments. You will be registered for at least one 3-hour Special Topics in Business course. As part of the course, you will travel with your professor for approximately one to two weeks. You must take an initial 45 credit hours to be elligible to register for Special Topics in Business courses. For Spring 2014, the Department of Management will host a trip to Ireland. For Spring 2014, the Department of Marketing and Real Estate will host a trip to China for Spring Break.Want more information? See below.
Spring 2014 Ireland Spring 2014 China Summer 2014 London
Full Semester Programs are offered as part of the Richards College of Business Student Exchange Program through fBS (France Business School) School of Business and Management in France. fBS offers undergraduate and graduate classes in English in an international environment. fBS has two campuses in France at Tours and Poitiers. Undergraduate Students - Earn your Advanced Certificate in European Business Studies, Management, and Marketing. Or, earn a Senior Certificate in Business and Sustainable Development. Graduate Students - Earn your Graduate Certificate in International Business Negotiations, International Business and Management, or Global Financial Management.
Full Year Programs are offered as part of the Richards College of Business Student Exchange Program through fBS (France Business School) School of Business and Management in France. Take classes in English or French. Undergraduate Students - Choose two, one semester Certificate Programs, or enroll as a degree-seeking exchange student to earn your Bachelor of Arts in International Business. For degree-seeking exchange students, fBS classes will transfer to UWG to earn a dual degree.